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Australia Community Groups Guide
Australia : Community Groups

Community GroupsWelcome to the Australia Community Groups Guide, your local guide to Community Groups in the Country of Australia.

The Australia Community Groups Guide brings together information from a wide range of sources to make it easy for you to find what you're looking for.

 
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Melton Dog Obedience Club Profile Website Map
Community Groups, ,

Melton Dog Obedience Club was first established in 1979, and is a club based on on tradition, respect and passion. Members of all ages, and dogs of all breeds, are welcome to train at the club, with training occuring each Sunday (except public holiday weekends). The club prides itself on the ability to train dogs using verbal and hand commands, rather than treats, and ensures all dogs are properly collered and handled at all times. The club is family orientated, with children and partners welcomes to spectate and particiapte at training.

2 1/2 Days in Margate Community Festival Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Margate,

This community festival features public art works, art exhibitions, family activities, music, food,crafts, local businesses and community groups and stalls. It will be held over several locations in the Margate area between 29 April and 1 May 2005. A great place to bring the family with activities and interests for all ages.

Albany Regional Volunteer Service Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Albany,

Assisting people wanting to volunteer to find the right postion that meets their needs and the needs of the organisation.

The Redland Yurara Art Society Inc. Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Thornlands,

Redland Yurara Art Society offers Workshops, Classes, Exhibitions, Gallery, Newsletter, lending library and fully equipt studio including printmaking facilities . Individual Membership is available at $45 per year. Located Pinklands Reserve, Cleveland/Redland Bay Road, Thornside 4164. - UBD Map 205 R15

Hills Solo Singles Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Lobethal,

The Hills Solo Social Group is a friendship and social group for people, aged 50 plus, who are single or single again. The program is as varied as possible covering a wide range of interests, including house parties, dining out and dances. The group is very informal with no committee or membership fees. A small attendance charge of $3 is made to cover advertising and miscellaneous expenses and a small number of volunteers produce a monthly program with any input from others welcome.

Centenary Drum Circle Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Seventeen Mile Rocks,

Tasmanian Horse Drawn Vehicle Foundation Inc. Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Kings Meadows,

The Tasmanian Horse Drawn Vehicle Foundation Inc. (THDVF) is a group of enthusiasts dedicated to the collection, preservation, display and use of horse drawn vehicles in Tasmania. We regulary hold horsedrawn vehicle drives. Restoration and vehicle conservation are the also important roles the Foundation undertakes.

Gadaa Oromia Heritage Foundation Profile Website Map
Community Groups, East Melbourne,

Narraweena Physical Culture Club Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Narraweena/Cromer,

A unique combination of Aerobics, Jazz, Ballet and Modern Dance GIRLS & WOMEN OF ALL AGES — 2 year & up

scenar4life Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Brisbane, Sunshine coast, Goldcoast, Ipswich,

Scenar therapy. Scenar therapist/practitioner/user? We are a non-profit Scenar therapy user group, promoting & sharing information about Scenar technology for therapists and the general public. Find a Scenar therapist listing for QLD, SA, NT, NSW, ACT, NZ, WA, VIC, TAS and lots of Scenar info.

Compassionate Communication Gold Coast Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Surfers Paradise,

Australia Do Something Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Chapel Hill,

Remida Creative Reuse Centre Profile Website Map
Community Groups, West Perth,

Blacktown Arts and Crafts Group Inc Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Blacktown,

Maitland Gilbert & Sullivan & Musical Society Inc. Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Maitland,

Non Profit organisation which allows people to explore and perform their musical and acting abilities.


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3 Bears Cottage Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Scarba Street, Coffs Harbour,
3CR Community Radio Profile Website Map
Community Groups, 21 Smith St, Collingwood, Collingwood,
Special Offer: 3CR 855AM aims to: · Provide media access to those traditionally denied a public voice · Broadcasting priority given to new and emerging CALD communities – especially women and young people; Indigenous people; women; young people; gays and lesbians, people with disabilities; socially progressive campaigns and activists. · Continue being Melbourne's independent and alternative community radio station and to maintain media independence by being an independently funded, non-profit organization funded by subscribers, fundraising activities and affiliated organizations. · Offer radio and media training to communities who are a broadcasting priority of the station as well as station volunteers. · Stage community development projects in collaboration with other community groups, philanthropic organizations and government bodies.
3CR Community Radio Station Profile Website Map
Community Groups, 21 Smith Street, Collingwood,
3rar Association Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Burgh Court, Carindale,
3rd Blacktown Girl Guides Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Gribble place, Blacktown,
3rd Doncaster East Scout Group Profile Website Map
Community Groups, JJTully Dr , Doncaster,
3rd Generation Music Band Profile Website Map
Community Groups, 45 Haigs Road, Allora,
3rd Melton Scout Group Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Cnr Smith & Henry, Melton,
Special Offer: To contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Promise and Law, to help build a better world, where people are self fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. We achieve this by: Involving young people through their formative years in a non-formal education process. Using a specific method that makes each individual the principal agent in his or her development as a self-reliant, supportive and committed person. Assisting them to establish a value system based upon spiritual, social and personal principles as expressed in the Promise and Law.AIM The Aim of Scouting is to encourage the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development of young people so that they take a constructive place in society as a member of their local, national and international community. PRINCIPLES The Principles of Scouting, as identified by the founder, Lord Baden-Powell, are that Scouts serve their God, act in consideration of the needs of others and develop and use their abilities to the betterment of themselves, their families and the community in which they live. METHODS The principal methods used by the Association to achieve its aims are: Voluntary membership of a uniformed group which, guided by adults, is increasingly self-governing in its successive age groups; Commitment to a code of living as expressed in the Promise and Law, the meaning of which is expanded as the member grows towards maturity; The provision of a wide range of attractive, constructive and challenging activities, including opportunities for adventure and exploration, both indoors and outdoors; The provision of opportunities for leadership and responsibility; Learning by doing; Encouragement of activities in small groups; An award scheme that encourages participation in the full range of activities and provides recognition of individual achievements.VALUES Scouts Australia adheres to the following values: The importance of individuals developing a sense of personal identity and self-worth which leads to responsibility for oneself and one’s actions as a citizen. The belief that young people are able and willing to take responsibility and contribute to society. The belief in the right and responsibility of individuals to regulate their own health. The importance of adults in providing suitable role models for young people. The importance of not exposing young people to harm or exploitation. The importance of individuals and the community adopting a lifestyle that allows ecologically sustainable development through preventing environmental overload, environmental degradation and resource depletion. The importance of respect for and equity in dealings with all people, irrespective of culture, gender, religion or impairment. The importance of mutual support and help between members of a community to maximise the quality of life for all. The importance of the development of understanding between individuals as a contribution to peace between nations. The importance of gainful employment in contributing to the sense of dignity and self-worth of the individual.GOALS Scouts Australia has set the following goals: To provide challenging accredited programs to the youth of Australia, which are recognised and valued by the community and government. To promote Scouting to the community on the basis of the high quality and relevance of its methodology and programs. To have an increasingly male and female membership which reflects the social and cultural mix of the community. To carefully select and train adult leaders on the basis of standards that are recognisable and measurable. To have the community recognise, support and value the role of Scouting and its activities. To be recognised by the community as being responsive to community youth issues. To be recognised and consulted as a major contributor to establishing priorities and determining policies on community youth issues. To have a high profile portraying a quality way of life. To acquire and maintain adequate human, physical, and financial resources, which are used to the best advantage of Scouting and the community. To provide opportunities for its members to participate in international activities. To provide maximum support for the development of World Scouting particularly in the Asia-Pacific Region
406SQN Australian Air Force Cadets Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Army Reserve Depot, Robinsons Road, Frankston South,
44 Gallons Technology Profile Website Map
Community Groups, level 7 36 Carrington Street Sydney, Sydney,
Special Offer: 44 Gallons assist small businesses to understand the power of an online presence and how to market their business online through hands on workshops delivered by Small businesses owners.
48 Hours To World Peace Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Marton Street, Shortland,
4CRB 89.3fm Profile Website Map
Community Groups, 8 Stevenson Court, Burleigh Heads,
4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Simpson Barracks, Macleod,
Special Offer: The 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment was established in 1948 as a unit of the Royal Australian Armoured Corps. The Regiment can trace its ancestry back through Armoured units of World War 2, Light Horse Regiments of World War 1, contingents to the Boer War and to Victorian Colonial forces- in particular the Kyneton District Mounted Rifles of 1861. The aim of the History Room is to conserve and present the history of the Regiment and it forebears to provide members of the Regiment and the wider community with an understanding and appreciation of the unit's history and heritage.
5th Road Child Care Centre Profile Website Map
Community Groups, Fifth Road, Armadale,
618 Squadron Australian Air Force Cadets Profile Website Map
Community Groups, St Columba College, President Avenue, Andrews Farm,
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